With the help of the Regional Stormwater Program’s Public Education Task Force, the North Central Texas Council of Governments is compiling a list of helpful links for environmental educators related to stormwater issues. If you have any suggestions for additions, please send them our way!
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Adventures of Wally the Water Molecule
Ross A Lurgio Middle School
A video that follows a water molecule through the photosynthesis process.
A story map website to serve as a teaching tool and resource hub for water and watershed science educational material for teachers, parents, and students in North Texas. The Story Map includes videos and links to other resources.
Provides information about what should and should not go into household drains. There is a resources page with educational videos from a variety of sources. The site also provides an interactive map of Fats, Oils, and Grease recycling locations.
Environmental Health Student Curriculum and Lesson Plans
Environmental Protection Agency
Curriculum, Lesson Plans
This nine-lesson program was designed to excite kids about environmental health and empower them to take steps in their everyday lives to improve the environment for their community and reduce their environmental risk
Power Point presentation that teaches kids about where our water comes from and why it is important to protect it. This presentation goes along with the Freddy the Fish video and activity. Warning: this file is over 90Mb.
Free Landscape For Life™ (LFL) ‘Train the Trainer’ webinar series (five 2-hour webinars). This training offers helpful teaching tips and tools that show you how to effectively utilize the LFL instructor’s manual.
This website includes pages on indoor and outdoor water conservation tips, links to some of the water district's planning documents, and drought monitor and reservior level widgits. Look under "Save Outdoors" for a collection of Watersmart videos.
This booklet helps you maintain a healthy yard, save money, and take care of our state's varied landscapes. Topics covered include rainwater harvesting, composting, landscape design & irrigation, managing common yard pests, and managing lawn problems
The Water Palooza subcommittee created this online educational video/content repository for educational leadership, teachers in school and online, and parents to access during the 2020 school season. Resources help students learn about water envir.
Water Usage of Native Vs. Non-Native Plants Lesson
Upper Trinity Regional Water District/University of North TexasLocal
Watershed, Water Quality, Water Conservation
Curriculum, Lesson Plans
Tailored lesson plans covering streamflow dynamics, identifying macroinvertebrates in streams, and comparing the water use of native plants vs. non native. These lesson plans are available for free upon request at the link.